MHA | FAQs: Using Trusts for Tax & Financial Planning

FAQs: Using Trusts for Tax & Financial Planning

Posted on: January 18th 2024 · read

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Trusts offer a way to protect your assets, such as property, cash or investments, and facilitate the transfer of assets to your nominated beneficiaries.

However, it can be difficult to keep up with the tax rules for Trusts, and confusing to understand how they work in different scenarios.

In this document, we spotlight some frequently asked questions about Trusts and provide guidance for differing circumstances.

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Using Trusts for Tax & Financial Planning

For further guidance, you can watch our on-demand webinar to learn how Trusts can be used to maintain control of your assets, the tax benefits, and the scenarios where different types of Trusts should be used.

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This communication is for general information only and is not intended to be individual investment advice, recommendation, tax or legal advice. The views expressed in this article are those of MHA Caves Wealth or its staff and should not be considered as advice or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a particular investment or product.

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